Ronnie Neuhauser's C.A.S.B.D. is an amalgamation of musical styles presenting socio-political observations. There are elements of rock, opera, soul, jazz, avant garde, and spoken word. Ronnie Neuhauser's songwriting has received recognition in the 1999 Songwriters Association of Washington, DC. He placed first with his jazz composition, "Dr. Sus." His guitar playing was described by Northeast Performer as being "Deadly"! He was also recognized as one of the leading bands in the "New Haven Advocate's" Grand Band Slam/Sounds of New Haven for his rock/funk project, "Grooveyard." Neuhauser's interest in soci-political issues became the seeds for his new project, "Congregation Against Styrocultural Brain Damage." Neuhauser's Congregation sets the stage for a mosaic musical experience, rock-fusion-opera! Neuhauser's dream is to provide a forum where commercialism takes a back seat to sharing art, "The music business isn't about promoting art--it's about promoting superstardom--music is now just the vehicle and it's an old broken down Pinto."